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English High Court concludes that terms of Luton Airport’s coach concession agreement are an unlawful abuse of its dominant position
  • Locke Lord LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 10 2014

Air passengers landing at an airport typically have a range of options for onward travel, including taxi, train or bus. Where available, dedicated

Mergers and alliances
  • Stephenson Harwood LLP
  • European Union, India, United Kingdom, USA
  • December 13 2013

The filing of an anti-trust suit by the US Department of Justice back in August to block the merger of American Airlines and US Airways on grounds

Meaning of accident is a slippery issue: Barclay v. British Airways
  • Locke Lord LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • September 9 2008

In Barclay v British Airways (2008 1 CLC 253) the Court considered the meaning of “accident” in the context of the Montreal Convention 1999

UK airport held to have abused its dominant position with exclusive concessions agreement
  • Bryan Cave LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 10 2014

On 28 January, the UK High Court ruled that London Luton Airport Operations Limited (the "Airport") was in a dominant position with regard to its

Gatwick - air traffic services remain suspended
  • Mills & Reeve LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • October 17 2014

Luckily the title of this blog does not refer to a holiday nightmare but to that rare thing from the English courts.a decision NOT to lift the

Victory (again) for aircraft lessors in Olympic Airlines v. ACG
  • Dentons
  • United Kingdom
  • April 18 2013

On 17 April, the Court of Appeal ruled that Olympic Airlines' signature of an acceptance certificate at delivery of an aircraft under an operating

Court of Appeal confirms party that has renounced contract cannot rely on own unwillingness to perform to reduce damages payable
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 19 2014

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that where a party to a contract has renounced its obligations, damages are to be assessed on the assumption that

Hong Kong family friendly bitesize
  • Mayer Brown JSM
  • Hong Kong, United Kingdom
  • January 22 2014

We have already established that a refusal to permit an employee to work flexibly may be unlawful if the refusal cannot be justified (see our Bitesize

Supreme Court decides Olympic Airlines did not have an establishment in the UK
  • Taylor Wessing
  • United Kingdom
  • May 6 2015

An "establishment" requires business and business activity to be carried out involving dealings with third parties and not simply acts of internal

Delayed airline passengers still waiting
  • Bryan Cave LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • June 29 2015

Passengers of severely delayed flights may claim compensation from airlines, unless the airline shows the delay was due to “extraordinary